If unsafe conditions on someone else’s property caused your injury you may have a premises liability case. Typically in a premises liability case you have to prove that an unreasonably dangerous condition existed. You have also have to prove that the unreasonably dangerous condition existed for such a long period of time that the owner either knew about it or should have known about it and they failed to take the steps necessary to correct it. Typically premises liability cases happen at retail establishments like grocery stores and convenience stores and sometimes you’ll have them at the home of an individual.
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